Drug & Alcohol Issues


Alcoholics Anonymous     www.aa.org/

Call our National Helpline    FREE on   0800 9177 650    help@aamail.org

Millions of men and women have heard or read about the unique Fellowship called Alcoholics Anonymous since its founding in 1935. Of these, more than 2 million now call themselves members. People who once drank to excess, they finally acknowledged that they could not handle alcohol, and now live a new way of life without it.

OK Rehab  0800 326 5559    www.okrehab.org/

A service offering guidance and support for people experiencing problems with substance misuse and co-occurring mental health problems

UKNA   Narcotics Anonymous in the UK     0300 999 1212    www.ukna.org

Narcotics Anonymous is a community of people who support each other to achieve and maintain a drug free life. The only requirement for participation in NA is a desire to stop using drugs.  NA is not allied with any religion, institution or other organisation. NA exists solely so that its members can support each other to stay drug free and to help others achieve and maintain a drug free recovery and lifestyle. NA is free.


Norfolk Alcohol and Drug Behaviour Change Service       norfolk.info@cgl.org.uk


Our service is open from 08:00 - 20:00, seven days a week. We're offering a mixture of telephone, virtual, and face-to-face appointments at the moment.

Face-to-face groups and appointments are being prioritised by clinical need and keeping our most vulnerable people safe.

Alcohol detox assessments and prescribing reviews are happening face to face as much as possible. Our staff will be wearing PPE and we encourage you to as well.

In the first instance please call us on 01603 514096 and someone will be able to help you

Rehabs UK          Tel 03302 020015  https://rehabsuk.com/

It can be difficult to address addiction, but by recognising that you have a problem and seeking help is the first step on your road to recovery. There are all kinds of addictions which people develop, whether that’s drugs or alcohol, destructive behaviours like gambling or even supposedly healthy behaviours like exercise when they become obsessive.

Going to rehab in Norfolk doesn’t need to be scary or intimidating. We understand how it feels to be in your situation and with our support, you will find the best rehab clinic for your recovery.

The Matthew Project       www.matthewproject.org/

70-80 Oak Street, Norwich, NR3 3AQ  |  enquiries@matthewproject.org

Main telephone number 01603 626123 | Youth Advice Line 0800 970 4866

A bespoke drug and alcohol service offering confidential advice and support to current and ex HM Forces personnel and their families, across Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex.

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